Courage

About the best thing I can say about 2016 is that I have survived it so far. My dad didn’t. My husband didn’t. It has been brutal. My dad dying unexpectedly, me being diagnosed with precancerous cells in my breast… Continue Reading

Loss and how to keep living

I felt the loss yesterday deeper if possible than I have since the day after he died. It’s like he was never here. Our special memories are mine alone now, our shared journey is past. I wanted so desperately to… Continue Reading

The waiting is the hardest part

As Mike posted in the last blog post the Keytruda has stopped working, and his tumor is growing again. It’s been a couple weeks of ups and downs, and I just didn’t feel like posting anything. Suddenly my emotional block… Continue Reading

Grief is the consequence of Love

Cancer doesn’t take a break for anything or anyone. Mike got up Friday  morning  at 4am, and drove from Kentucky to Ohio State for treatment.  While we were in Kentucky he had another of the episodes of having difficulty breathing, and actually had… Continue Reading